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Subject: Strange Auction (The Errol Flynn Theatre)
Season 1, episode 5.
Original air date: 17 May 1957.
A Ne`er do-well Irish hobo auctions himself to a woman who needs a farm laborer.
Cast: Errol Flynn (Host/ Trace), Patrice Wymore (Laura Bateman), Sean Flynn (Shawn Bateman), Edna Morris (Bridget Malloy) and Larry Burns (Tim Doonan).
Errol Flynn was a man of his proper point of views. He has his opinions who had never been indifferent about anything.
Subject: strange Audition
I enjoyed watching this tremendously even with Flynn's rubbish Irish accent.Nice to see his Son Sean in the part as well,God bless them both!
Subject: A Worthwhile Errol Flynn Program
This had an excellent story and delivery by Errol Flynn and family (Patrice Wymore & Sean Flynn). A treasure from television's early years in the 1950's.
Subject: Quite the little bit of treasure!
I'm always looking for new Flynn stuff... I've been collecting Errol Flynn stuff for what seems like EVER! I've been enamored by him, disgusted by him, confused by him... etc. And let's face it, this is far better than the Cuban Rebel thing he did, supporting Fidel Castro. But I digress. It was very nice to see Errol Flynn, the family man. I have a documentary somewhere in my collection, produced by his daughter Diedre, and she describes him as such a loving, caring father... and that's how I've chosen to remember Errol Flynn, I kind, caring man.
Subject: A nice family affair
Nice little drama with Errol Flynn and his wife Patrice Wymore and son Sean. Sean was later missing near Vietnam while on a magazine assignment in the 60s.
To whomever posted this, bring us more!
Subject: Quite a Nice Find. . .
And a nicely done program episode. Quality stuff and apparently difficult to come by. Thanks for the upload!